Lacey20, from Bedford
She has got the looks, the body, the personality and the brains - and 18-year-old Lacey Banghard got your votes.
After an overwhelming number of entries, gorgeous Lacey has been crowned your Page 3 Idol 2011. And she couldn't wait to get in front of the camera, as well as getting stuck into her important role as an ambassador for The Sun.
Lacey, from Bedford, said: "I'm absolutely ecstatic. I never ever thought I could win.
"The other girls in the final were so gorgeous. Jasmine is absolutely beautiful and Clare is so sexy.
"I can't believe people voted for me. I'm just so happy and I can't wait to get started on this journey."
Lacey was at Yates's bar in Luton, which her uncle Paul runs, when she was told she had won.
She said: "It felt like a dream, like it wasn't really happening. My mum was screaming and telling me, 'I knew you could do it,' and my boyfriend Laurence picked me up and twirled me around.
"I was in total shock. In fact, I was so shocked I managed to get on the wrong train on the way home"
As well as impressing the readers, Lacey also got the thumbs up from our judging panel - Page 3 photographer Alison Webster, Page 3 model Peta Todd, retired Page 3 photographer Beverley Goodway, Page3.com picture editor Diana James and TV columnist Ally Ross.
Alison said: "Lacey is totally different - massive boobs and very fresh at 18. She's got a tiny body and a great bum as well.
"She has lots of personality and she's very chatty. I can just imagine sending her to an old people's home and she would be right at home chatting to everyone. That's a really important part of the job and she would be great at it."
But bubbly Lacey admits she hasn't always seen the same beauty in her body.
She said: "Modelling for Page 3 Idol has made me feel sexy and confident. I've never really felt like that before"
Lacey has an enviable size 6-8 figure and astonishing 26GG boobs - but she happily admits she doesn't have to work too hard keeping trim.
She said: "I eat like a horse. I tried going to the gym twice and thought, 'This is not for me.'
"Obviously I do like to take care of myself and I think it's all about moderation."
We emphasised that being a Page 3 girl isn't just about looks and a great body - it's also about being an ambassador for the paper, helping to raise money for charity. Our girls also love going out and meeting our readers. And we reckon bubbly Lacey is going to be an excellent addition to our family.
She said: "I am really keen to meet the readers and I would love to get involved in charity work.
"At Christmas I always make up boxes of presents for children who are less fortunate.
"I've always thought that one day I would like to start my own charity. I'm interested in raising awareness of child trafficking.
"I definitely want to help raise money for Help for Heroes. I think that's a great cause.
"I'm also keen to promote mentoring schemes."
We think Lacey is definitely proving to be a brilliant role model.